Have you been accused of domestic violence during your divorce? Are you experiencing domestic violence or abuse and need help from an attorney?

No matter what side of the issue you are on, domestic violence cases are highly sensitive and should be handled by an attorney with specific experience in this area. Attorney Daniel E. Forrest has had a high success rate in domestic violence cases and can help you seek the results you desire.

Your future and your family relationships may depend on the quality of representation you receive. Contact his Broward County law office to find out how he can help you.

Accused Of Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence is an extremely sensitive issue that frequently comes up during family law legal proceedings. Occasionally, one party involved in a divorce or child custody battle may falsely accuse the other party of abuse, attempting to gain leverage in the legal process. When this happens, it is critical to speak to a domestic violence attorney who can quickly and efficiently take action on behalf of the accused.

Once the alleged victim files for an injunction, a court hearing will be scheduled within 15 days. A temporary injunction is in effect until the hearing date. During the hearing, a judge will consider the evidence and determine whether a permanent injunction will be issued. During this hearing, it is critical to have representation from an attorney experienced in domestic violence defense.

Victims Of Domestic Violence

If you or your children are the victim of abuse by a spouse, significant other or other member of the household, you may want to seek a restraining order or protection order to keep you and your family safe. A restraining order is issued by a judge and can be specified to address and stop specific behavior.

Talk to attorney Forrest to find out what type of restraining order is most appropriate for your situation.

Contact A Fort Lauderdale Spousal Abuse Attorney

To schedule an initial consultation with a Florida lawyer regarding domestic violence charges, please call 800-642-8160.